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£9 per day*
* Rates are based on a 7 day rental from 27/03/2017-03/04/2017 at Aberdeen
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Why Hertz

  • Best price guarantee - in the unlikely event you find a lower Hertz price, we'll refund the difference
  • No cancellation or amendment fees**
  • No hidden extras to pay - theft and damage cover included
  • No credit card fees

Hertz at Aberdeen

Aberdeen sits on the East Coast of Scotland and acts as the gateway to the stunning coastlines and sweeping landscapes of the country. For a real taste of the city, explore one of Aberdeen’s most distinguishing features, its superb granite architecture. With the incredible Scottish Highlands and Cairngorms National Park all within driving distance, putting aside a day to discover the countryside is a must.

We have convenient pick up points located throughout Aberdeen, so whether you’re visiting for business or relaxation, we’re never far away. With no hidden extras to pay and our best price guarantee, hiring a car is an easy way to discover all the beauty of Aberdeen.

Pickup Locations Aberdeen

  • Aberdeen Airport

    Opening hours:Mo-Fr 0700-2300, Sa 0900-1800, Su 0900-2300

    Address:Car Rental Building Aberdeen Airport,
    Upper Farburn Road,
    Scotland

    Phone:44-0843-309-3001**

    **Calls cost 7p per minute plus your phone companys access charge

  • Aberdeen COSTCO

    Opening hours:

    Address:Endeavour Drive,
    Arnall Business Park

    Phone:

  • Aberdeen B&Q

    Opening hours:

    Address:Garthdee Road,
    Garthdee

    Phone:

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A quick guide to Aberdeen

Aberdeen

Cosmopolitan and exciting, the city is encompassed by sweeping seascapes and awe inspiring Scottish highlands. Whether you want to take in the city itself or experience nature, you can do both from Aberdeen.

Out and About

With year round outdoor sporting activities, spectacular views and dramatic scenery only a short drive away, getting out into the Scottish highlands from Aberdeen couldn’t be easier. In the warmer months, take advantage of the longer days and get active. Go hiking or cycle in a setting that was meant to be explored.  

For something a little more extreme, sports enthusiasts and thrill seekers will be eager to visit Royal Deeside. In winter these mountains become a ski resort and whether you’re a beginner or a pro, hitting the slopes is an excellent day out.

The City of Granite

The Granite Mile is one of the most distinctive elements of the city centre. A mile long street famous for its architecture, the Granite Mile is dotted with designer shops, charming cafes and quaint art galleries. Aberdeen also plays host to a variety of cultural hotspots to pique your interest, including the Tolbooth Museum and the Aberdeen Maritime Museum, along with a year round calendar of festivals and events to enjoy.

A Royal Castle

Sitting in the incredible scenery of the Scottish Highlands, the beloved holiday home of the British Royal Family is a truly stunning sight. Balmoral Castle is just over an hour drive from the city. Take a day and visit the 50,000 acre estate, where you can explore the grounds, gardens and exhibitions which are open to the public. Be sure to check the dates that the castle is open, as it is closed whenever the Royal Family is in residence.

The Coastline

Aberdeen’s coastline is perfectly characterised by its rugged cliffs and long sandy bays. Drive south along the coast and visit one of Scotland’s most iconic castles, Dunnottar Castle.  Only a half an hour journey away, the castle sits neatly on a rocky outcrop and offers uninterrupted views of the sea and surrounding landscapes. The coastline also plays host to a thriving wildlife. At the seas edge you can experience the wonder of urban dolphins swimming only metres away and watch seals and puffins inhabiting the nearby cliffs. In the winter there are rare and lucky occasions when you can also experience the otherworldly beauty of the Northern Lights. 

** When the booking is cancelled within seven days of being made.